Not only did Palin show off her skills as a flutist as well, but she was awarded the title of Miss Congeniality.
He inherited the love of music from his parents,—his father having been a flutist and his mother an alto singer and pianist.
But as a flutist he surpassed himself in all other qualities.
Brunet worshipped the flutist for his delightful skill, and Madame Brunet for his charming person.
He would not go to Karrosch, or any of the large, important orchestras; none of the small ones wished a flutist.
He came of a musical family, his father being a flutist, while his mother played the piano and sang.
The flutist was wild, but presently he calmed down, and played us a nice little tune.
When he grew to manhood he became first flutist in the Baltimore orchestra.
The powers of the flutist are said to have been hardly less remarkable than those of Cordes.
The fiddler stood with bow suspended over the strings, the flutist with fingers on all stops.
c.1600, probably from French flûtiste; replaced Middle English flouter (early 13c., from Old French flauteor) and is preferred in U.S. The British preference is flautist (q.v.), a Continental reborrowing that returns the original diphthong.